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WEDNESIA, -DELENBER 17, 1947

THE MICHIGA N DAILY

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fiffiliated Women
Will Be Honored
Awards To Be Given for Activities,
Scholarship at Panhel Recognition Night

The annual Panhellenic Recog-
nition Night, to be held at 7:30
p.m. Monday, Jan. 12 in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall, will honor af-
filiated women for activities and
scholarship.
Recognition will be given to the
sophomore, junior and senior
women having the most activity
I [FC To Give
Party at Hill
Bill Roberts, as Santa Claus,
will be master of ceremonies at a
children's Christmas party from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hill
Auditorium.
The party, sponsored by the In-
ter-fraternity Council, will enter-
tain children of student veterans
living at Willow Village and Pitts-
field Village, and Ann Arbor chil-
dren. The school board has made
arrangements for the school chil-
dren to attend.
The committee estimates that
2,500 to 3,000 children will attend.
The program is to feature a skit
entitled, "The Night Before
Christmas" and Newt Loken's
"funny act." Community carol
singing will be included in addi-
tion to the distribution of grab
bags at the end of the party.
The Christmas party was spon-
sored annually by the Inter-fra-
ternity Council, before the war.
This year the event is being re-
vived in the hopes of continuing
the tradition.
Club Will Meet
The Archery Club will meet at 5
p.m. today in the archery range
at the WAB.
This will be the last meeting un-
til February when the club will be
organized again. Plans have been
made for participation in the in-
ter-collegiate meet during second
semester.

^oints in her class. in addition,
for the first time this year, an ac-
tivities cup will be awarded to the
sorority having the highest num-
ber of activities.
The Panhellenic Association
Scholarship Cup will also be
presented to the sorority achiev-
ing the highest scholarship.
Scroll, senior affiliated honor
society, will tap new members at
the conclusion of the program.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will speak
preceding the presentation of the
activity awards. In addition to
awarding the scholarship cup,
Registrar Ira M. Smith will deliv-
er his annual addres.
Sally Stamats, Panhel presi-
dent, and Jane Wetmore, rush-
ing chairman, will also speak,
Special invitation to attend is
being extended to affiliated
transfer women.
Pi Beta Phi was awarded the
scholarship cup for the year 1945-
46. Last year Gamma Phi Beta
was named as the house having
the most activities.
General chairman for the an-
nual program is Harriet Mermel-
stein, Sigma Delta Tau. Other
chairmen include Virginia Nic-
klas, Delta Delta Delta, program
arrangements; Mary Ann Ken-
nedy; KappaAlpha Theta,?patrons;
Ann Norris, 'Kappa Delta,. pro-
grams; and Rosemarie Schoetz,
Gamma Phi Beta, finance.
Dames Music
Group To Meet
The origination of Christmas
Carols will be the program topic
of the Christmas party meeting of
the music "interest" group of the
Michigan Dames, to be held at 8
p.m. today in the home of Mrs.
Russle Cairns.
Mrs. Beau Brown is in charge
of the program. '

PIGSKIN ENSEMBLE-Joan Roberts models an unusual com-
bination of accessories-a pigskin hat with a sweeping brim and
draped crown, pigskin gloves, pigskin-covered lighter.
PRI DE OR WARMTH?
sweater Question Discussed
By Northwestern University

Paul Bunyan'
Attire To Be
Jeans, Shirts
Plaid shirts 'andu blue jeans will
again triump, ox -r the "new look'
at the "Paul EIn.an Formal," an-
nual all-camp.s dance. to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday,
Jan. 10 in Waterman and Barbour
Gynmasiums.
Actual 30-foot trees obtained
from the Forestry School's own
plantaticns will lend a woodsy at-
mosphere to the dance floor. A
refreshment bar, similating an
old-time lludson's Bay trading
post, will be manned in Barbour
Gym, where guests may purchase
cider and doughnuts between
dances.
In true lumber camp style,
only beaver skins will be ac-
cepted in payment for refresh-
ments. For the convenience of
non-woodsmen who might neg-
lect to comeequipped with a
pocketful of skins, a currency
exchange booth will be main-
tained.
A program of entertainment has
been planned by the dance com-
mittee, which will include a
"bucking" or log-sawing contest.
Several couples will be given the
opportunity to man opposite sides
of a two-man saw in the competi-
tion.
Smoking will be permitted in a
special fire-preventive corral,
where guests may congregate.
The corral will be complete with
log seats and spittoons.
Women will receive late permis-
sion to attend the dance.
The weekly student-faculty
tea, co-sponsored by Assembly
and Panhellenic, will honor the
speech department at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in the Russian Tea
Room of the League.
"I don't have toguess. It's a ZV Grabow
Pre-Smokedpipe because it tastes
good from the first puff"

Every year there arises at some
one of the many co-educational
institutions a vigorous discussion
of the sweater question. Not long
ago the question was discussed in
our own circles, and now North-
western men are standing trial,
as is shown by the following arti-
cle from the Inter Ocean.
"The athletic sweater is looked
upon with scornful eye by Mrs.
Martha Foote Crow, dean of wom-
en of Northwestern University,
and in an address before the coeds
last night, she suggested that they
refuse to appear on the street with
any young man attired in one of
comfortable garments.
"Mrs. Crow, who frequently lec-
tures before women's clubs on aes-
thetic questions, matters of dress
and kindred topics, asked the
young women under her care to
consider whether or not a self-re-
specting young man would appear
on the street without a linen col-
lar and a neatly tied scarf.
"Both the young men and the
young women of the University
smiled whenever the dean's sug-
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gestion was mentioned last night.
Four-fifths of the young men at
the Methodist institution would be
affected by any action the coeds
might take upon Mrs. Crow's sug-
gestion. Eight members of one
sorority last night said the sweat-
er would remain in favor with
them."
After the Northwestern women
have exhausted their linguistic ve-
hemence upon the sweater ques-
tion, 'tis quite likely that a reac-
tion similar tonthe one at Michi-
gan will set in; for our women
have now permanently adopted
the sweaters for gymnasium work,
and now and then a few of the
more venturesome wear the com-
fortable woolen garb on the street.
We see no reason why women
should not wear sweaters, since
they are very becoming as well as
comfortable. -Nevertheless, we do
not care to hasten the day when
our campus and streets are to be
trodden by sweater-encapsulated
women; but should that day ar-
rive, we hope the women will not
adopt the masculine custom of
making the cigarette and pipe
part of the apparel.
-The Michigan Daily-News,
Dec. 15, 1901
Students Invited
To Party in N.Y.
The University of Michigan
Club, of Rochester, N. Y., will hold
an informal dance at 9:30 p.r.
Friday, Dec. 26 at the Hotel Sher-
aton.
All Michigan students in or
around the vicinity of Rochester
are invited as special guests, free
of charge. The music of Tat Bas-
set and his orchestra will be fea-
tured at the informal affair.
Student-Faculty Tea
Delta Sigma Pi, professional
business administration fraterni-
ty, will sponsor a student-faculty
coffee hour from 3 to 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the League Ballroom.
All business administration stu-
dents, especially new students,
have been invited to the affair, at
which sixteen faculty wives will
preside.

WANTED
SUMMER 1948
* Counselors
" Water Front Director
* Arts and Craft Specialist
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